|Copyright: babujayan alayar (babujayan)
|Date Taken: 2011-08-10|
|Exposure: f/32, 1/200 seconds|
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|Photo Version: Original Version, Workshop|
|Date Submitted: 2012-09-13 7:10|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|I don't know it's name and this's photo was taken from the back of my house. You can find it in the small plants |
and among dried leaves.
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Thank you for that picture of this wonderfull small insect. I do not know about its name, but I think that it is an aphididae..
The composition is quite good. Personally, I think that I would have resized the photo, in order to position the insect in the right down corner of the picture, instead to be more or less in the center.
The sharpness could have be quite better ; but I know very well that such insects are very small and that it is very difficult to obtain a good sharpness. Anyway, you have chosen aaperture of f/32 and an ISO of 400: the problems of diffraction occurs and explains the poor sharpness, in my opinion. Personally, I would have tried with ISO 200, aperture F/8 and the speed in accordance.
The depth of field is properly managed, with an excellent background – Very good bokeh.
The colors are properly restituted.
The contrast is correct but could be improved..
Anyway, this is an interesting photo. Congratulation.
Thank you for the sharing. See you soon on trek nature for other pictures.
With your permission, a proposition in the workshop